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Rancho Park

Latest complete week July 21–July 27

0 violent
2 property
4.4 crimes
per 10,000 people
  • In the seven days between July 21 and July 27, both violent and property crime reports were about average.
  • Over the last three months, Rancho Park averaged 0.7 violent crimes and 3.2 property crimes per week.
  • The neighborhood has gone 12 consecutive days without a violent crime report.
  • This week's rate of 4.4 crimes per 10,000 people is higher than in nearby Cheviot Hills, Palms and Mar Vista and lower than West Los Angeles and Sawtelle.
  • A 2008 population estimate of 4,556 from the L.A. Department of City Planning is used to calculate per-capita totals.
Location Crime Date and time
11000 block of West Pico Boulevard Theft July 23, 4:20 p.m.
2600 block of South Bentley Avenue Theft from vehicle July 22, 7 p.m.

Six-month summary

10 violent
91 property
221.7 crimes
per 10,000 people

Neighborhood Rank Crimes Per 10,000 people

Violent crimes: 48/209
Rancho Park
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Property crimes: 5/209
Rancho Park
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Crime types

Violent crimes (10)
Property crimes (91)

Monthly totals Adjusted to 30 days

  • All crimes Violent crimes Property crimes
— 500 — 0

Weekly totals

  • All crimes Violent crimes Property crimes

Police agency

  • Rancho Park is covered by two police jurisdictions.
Jurisdiction Department Address Phone
Pacific L.A.P.D. 12312 Culver Blvd. 310-482-6334
West Los Angeles L.A.P.D. 1663 Butler Ave. 310-444-0701

Rancho Park

is a neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles in the Westside region of Los Angeles County.
The neighboring communities are Cheviot Hills, Mar Vista, Palms, Sawtelle and West Los Angeles.
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Rancho Park is one of the 272 neighborhoods in Mapping L.A., The Times’ resource for crime, neighborhoods, demographics and schools.
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